Авторы: John Flansburgh, John Linnell
O, do Not Forsake me
They Might Be Giants
Em B7 1.O do not forsake me, my indolent friends 2.O some have forgot-ten the flower of speech G C6 D D7 1.O do not for-sake me though you know I must spend 2.And walks through the garden where I go to de---fend G Eb C6 Am7 1.All my darkest hours talking like this 2.Mis-be-gotten notions while talking like this G C6 D G B7 1.For I am one thousand years old. 2.For I am one thousand years old. Em G C6 B7 1.One thousand years old; Sure you think that's old. 2.One thousand years old: Sure I'd say that's old. G Em C6 D D7 1.One thousand years old, but what do you know? 2.One thousand years old, but what do I know? G Eb C6 Am7 1.In my darkest hour, I'm talking like this 2.In your darkest hour, my indolent friends, G C6 D7 G B7 (first verse only) 1.For I am one thousand years old. 2.We'll be one thousand years old.